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Steve Bornstein has been in the military, traveled to distant lands, and held the sorts of jobs you watch shows about on the Discovery Channel. He likes interesting villains, chocolate mint, and exploring the boundaries of the human condition. His dislikes include intolerance, cilantro, and black lung disease. He believes firmly in the existence of the serial comma. He lives in Central Texas with his wife and a giant dog with several felines who are the true power behind the throne.

Five Things I Learned Writing Hellmaw: Stormbringer

Ive written several short stories over the last few years and Ive gotten pretty comfortable with the format. Its nice to be able to jump right into a story and get to the point. Hellmaw: Stormbringer was an order of magnitude larger than anything I had attempted before. I thought I knew what I was getting myself into, but I quickly realized otherwise.


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